Building Your School Improvement Action Plan

All students in Hanover-Horton High School will be proficient in reading. 1. 64% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in reading by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 2. 60% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in Reading R2.2 (meaning beyond literal) by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 3. 61% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in Reading L3.1 (close literature reading) by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 4. Every nine weeks the staff will incorporate the reading activity and document student growth throughout the school year. 1. All staff will implement opportunities for students to read and the expectation of student reading will be increased. 2. All staff will create and use materials focusing on meaning beyond literal for all high school students. 3. All staff will create and use materials on close literature reading for all high school students.

Goal: 3 Measureable Objectives:

Strategy

Getting Ready
 Tier 1 – Staff will meet for peer sharing/coaching pertaining to reading/writing initiatives. Tier 1 – Provide awareness and samples of what “meaning beyond literal” means in their classroom. 

Implement
Tier 1 – Students will engage with a non-fictional article and provide a written response which will require them to interpret the text using high level thinking skills. Tier 2 – transition class in 9th grade. Tier 3 – resource room English for special education students. 

Monitor
Tier 1 – The school will implement peer coaching once a month to stay aware of other staff initiatives. Tier 1 – Staff/ department meeting agenda topic. Tier 2 – evaluating student progress in the transition class. Tier 3 – monitor IEP for special education students to meet accommodations. 

Evaluate
Tier 1 – Department chairs/administrators will collect student samples of staff reading initiatives; be specific if out of the class book. Tier 2 – Staff will discuss students of concern for possible interventions. Tier 3 – Staff will identify students of concern and have interventions throughout the year.

Activities needed in the SI Plan (Tier I, Tier II, Tier III)

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Building Your School Improvement Action Plan Goal: 3 Measureable Objectives:
All students in Hanover-Horton High School will be proficient in writing. 1. 65% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in writing by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 2. 65% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in Writing W1.3 (purpose and audience) by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 3. Every nine weeks the staff will incorporate the writing activity and document student growth throughout the school year. 1. All staff will implement opportunities for students to write and the quality/consistency of student writing will be increased. 2. All staff will create and use materials focusing on purpose and audience for all high school students.

Strategy

Getting Ready
 Tier 1 – Staff will meet for peer sharing/coaching pertaining to reading/writing initiatives. Tier 1 – Provide awareness and samples of what “purpose and audience” means in their classroom. Tier 1 – information will be provided to parents about SIP goals. 

Implement
Tier 1 – Students will engage with a nonfictional/fictional article and provide a written response which will require them to interpret the text using high level thinking skills. Tier 2 – transition class in 9th grade. Tier 3 – resource room English for special education students. 

Monitor
Tier 1 – The school will implement peer coaching once a month to stay aware of other staff initiatives. Tier 1 – Staff/ department meeting agenda topic. Tier 2 – evaluating student progress in the transition class. Tier 3 – monitor IEP for special education students to meet accommodations. 

Evaluate
Tier 1 – Department chairs/administrators collect student samples of staff writing initiatives according to an approved rubric. Tier 2 – Staff will discuss students of concern for possible interventions. Tier 3 – Staff will intervene with students of concern and have meetings throughout the year.

Activities needed in the SI Plan  (Tier I, Tier II, Tier III)

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Building Your School Improvement Action Plan
All students in Hanover-Horton High School will be proficient in science. 1. 65% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in Science R1 (inquiry and reflection) by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 2. 68% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in Social Studies 5 (inquiry) by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 3. 56% of all students will demonstrate proficiency in Math G1 (figures and properties) by March 2014 as measured by the Spring of 2014 MME. 4. Every nine weeks the staff will incorporate a data analysis/inquiry activity and document student growth throughout the school year. 1. All staff will implement the use of data tables/charts/graphs with inquiry and reflection for all high school students. 2. All staff will implement the use of cause/effect and comparison components with a focus on inquiry for all high school students. 3. The ACT Prep class will emphasize the G1 (figure and properties) standard on the math component of the class.

Goal:

3 Measureable Objectives:

Strategy

Getting Ready
 Tier 1 – Staff will meet for peer sharing/coaching pertaining to inquiry initiatives. Tier 1 – Provide awareness and samples of what “inquiry” means in their classroom. Tier 1 – information will be provided to parents about SIP goals.   

Implement
Tier 1 – Students will  analyze representations of data to draw conclusions. Tier 2 – ACT Prep class will identify and emphasize the  Math G1 standard. Tier 3 – Teachers will communicate with the transition teacher(s) to  make them aware of what inquiry activities are happening with their students.

Monitor
Tier 1 – The school will implement peer coaching once a month to stay aware of other staff initiatives. Tier 1 – Staff/ department meeting agenda topic. Tier 2 – evaluating student progress in the transition class through the use of their planner/PowerSchool. 

Evaluate
Tier 1 – Department chairs/administrators collect student samples of staff inquiry initiatives. Tier 2 – Staff will discuss general trends for possible interventions. Tier 3 – Parent/peer mentoring will be available for identified students low in data analysis.

Activities needed in the SI Plan  (Tier I, Tier II, Tier III)

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